Japan’s Retail Sales Stall as Abe Mulls Delay to Tax HikeBy
Recession followed previous increase in levy in 2014
Private consumption remains weak amid wage stagnation
Japan’s retail sales growth stalled, underscoring weakness in private consumption and increasing the likelihood that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will delay a sales-tax increase planned for next year.
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